3 edition of The Science of mechanics found in the catalog.
The Science of mechanics
by Open Court
Written in English
|Statement||a critical and historical account of its development ; by Ernst Mach.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||605|
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About this Item: Science and Mechanics Publishing Company, Chicago, Trade Paperback. Condition: Good. Spine The Science of mechanics book a bit lumpy, probably a problem with the glue when it was bound. Chipping at the bottom of the spine, corners are chipped and creased, several small stains, possibly coffee, on the back cover, small dampstain near the top of the fore edge.
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